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Climate, Fire, and Carbon Cycle Sciences

Climate, Fire, and Carbon Cycle Sciences

Research Work Unit NRS-06

[image:] Scientific staff and cooperators of the Research Work Unit at the lab in Durham, NH.The Climate, Fire and Carbon Cycle Sciences staff develops a sound scientific basis and appropriate tools for making local to international resource management, human health/safety, and policy decisions in response to climate change, fire, air pollution, and other threats to people, forests, and watersheds. By connecting climate change and fire research to societal values, we foster innovative management solutions to sustain forests and forest-based values, and improve our quality of life.

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Last Modified: 09/28/2010

Climate, Fire, and Carbon
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